Support and Notices
If you have questions or issues related to PGS recruitment, please contact us on email@example.com.
Application support and issue resolution
Our online application system works in most Internet browsers, but if you experience problems please try using Internet Explorer to access the system. If you still experience problems, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice to agencies
From time to time PGS works with a limited number of international and domestic recruitment agencies to assist with sourcing candidates for positions worldwide. We only work with recruitment agencies that have signed a Global Recruitment Agent Agreement with PGS. Any third party recruitment agent submitting candidates without such an agreement in place will not be eligible to receive any fee and PGS will consider any candidate applications submitted to hiring managers, without an agreement in place, to be the property of PGS.
PGS strives to be a responsible corporate citizen in all aspects of its operations and therefore solely works with recruitment agents that demonstrate a high level of professionalism and integrity.
If you wish to submit an offer to provide recruiting services to us, please submit details to email@example.com. Note we will only contact recruitment agents we wish to proceed with.
Recruitment fraud alert
We have become aware of possible attempts to defraud job seekers by companies pretending to be PGS. These companies are cunning and use a variety of email addresses, often including PGS in their name, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org. They have no connection with PGS and do not represent our company. This is a hoax and the people behind these mails are criminals attempting to defraud you.
- PGS never asks candidates or employees for any payment for immigration documents, insurance, or any other purpose.
- PGS never makes job offers prior to a formal interview process.
- Prospective employees are always invited to an interview with PGS personnel before receiving a job offer.
Prospective employees are told to obtain immigration documents. They may be referred to an organization that requests fees for processing them. In some cases they are told they will be reimbursed for all the costs.
What to do if you have been a victim:
This scam has been reported to various national and international authorities. If you receive a fraudulent proposal, we would advise you to contact your local police and provide them with any information you may have from the senders (e-mail addresses, bank account into which the money was to be paid, etc.).